Continuing with our coverage from the Block9Conference on October 20th: the closing panel on Web 3.0, hosted by Chris Eide and including panelists Ramy Ramirez, Valentin Pletnev and John Holloman.
B9C 2018: Women in Blockchain
We begin our coverage of the Block9Conference from October 20th with the Women in Blockchain panel, moderated by Tess Pereira and featuring Nana Esi Hammah, Laura Taylor, Jennifer Giorgino, and Hannah Robertson.
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This Richmond event at the VCU College of Engineering leaned more toward development and impact, as opposed to hype and speculation. Panels included discussion on blockchain for the public good, crypto versus the SEC, IoT, government, and healthcare. We recorded most of the panels in the main room and are in the process of getting them ready for publication. We expect to have them edited, and released by the end of the month.
Block 9 Conference, Richmond, October 20
We just purchased our tickets to the Block 9 Conference, taking place in two weeks, on October 20th in Richmond, Virginia. The event, which is hosted by VCU College of Engineering, CryptoVA and Block Star Inc., features over thirty speakers on twelve panels focusing on why blockchain is next generation technology.
If you would like to attend, you can purchase your tickets here, using promo code BUDDYUP at checkout for a 10% discount off of the $89 price.